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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Lun 17 Déc 2012 - 10:48

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Dec. 16, 2012 - 12:46PM | By BARBARA OPALL-ROME
TEL AVIV — Israel’s Defense Ministry is preparing to launch initial development of Rakiya, a family of light, lethal and self-protected armored vehicles optimized for urban battles beyond 2020.

The ambitious program, a fifth-generation follow-on to Israel’s Merkava Mk4 tank, is known here by its Hebrew acronym Rakiya (Horizon), which translates into Future Manned Combat Vehicle (FMCV).

Managed by the recently established Rakiya unit within MoD’s Defense Research and Development Directorate, the program involves nearly all branches of MoD and Israel’s Ground Force Command, starting with Merkava Program Directorate and Armored Corps and extending through Infantry, Artillery, Ordnance and Combat Engineering.

Retired Israeli Army Brig. Gen. Didi Benyoash, a veteran of Israel’s Defense Research and Development Directorate and chief armor officer in the Israeli Army reserves, was appointed last summer to lead the effort.

Operational requirements for Israel’s future armored force could be approved as early as January, sources here said, following months of MoD-led coordination with Brig. Gen. Yaron Livnat, Merkava program manager; Brig. Gen. Ofer Tsafrir, chief armored officer; Brig. Gen. Haim Rubin, chief of the Army’s Technology Division; and others.

And while design features of the new FMCV will depend on operational requirements now wending up the approval chain, military officers said the new vehicles are likely to be wheeled, agile and nearly half the weight of the 65-ton Merkava Mk4.

“We don’t yet have an operational requirement, but our people are looking ahead and trying to anticipate future needs,” an Army general officer said.

“We’re probably going to need a defended, quick, armored platform that can maneuver decisively in an urban environment and bring sufficient numbers of people and equipment to built-up areas. ... For that, we may not need a tank in the traditional sense,” the officer, a participant in the effort, told Defense News.

Sources here insist the FMCVs will not replace 65-ton Merkava Mk4s or Namer heavy troop carriers, which will continue to be built through 2020 and remain in service for decades to come.

Rather, the envisioned 35-ton FMCV variants will be integrated with heavy armor into the same digitized command-and-control network, providing war planners with more options that can be tailored to specific scenarios for maneuvering warfare.

“It won’t be Merkava-5. The operational requirement will be something entirely different,” another officer said.

Tentative plans are focused on distinct FMCV variants built from common components, but not necessarily similar chassis, sources here said.

“We’re not talking about a multimission vehicle, but a family of vehicles, each of which will have its own mission,” a defense source said.

An initial request for industry proposals is expected by the end of next year, a decade after the U.S. Army launched its now-defunct Future Combat Systems (FCS) program. Sources here rejected any comparison to the failed U.S. effort to develop an integrated family of rapidly deployable, lightweight ground vehicles and supporting systems. While aspects of the two programs may be similar, sources here insisted Rakiya development will be more focused, much simpler and driven by reasonable operational requirements guided by risk-to-cost considerations and delivery milestones.

The U.S. Army spent some $18 billion in FCS development before the program was terminated in 2009.

“We’ve carefully studied FCS and learned a lot from the American experience,” a program official here said.

Sources here said funding levels and program milestones have not yet been set, and Rakiya could remain in development through the end of the decade. They noted that it took more than 10 years for the MoD’s Merkava Management Directorate to secure the funding needed to transition its Namer heavy troop carrier into production.

Based on the Merkava Mk4, the Namer is being produced in small quantities at an MoD facility south of Tel Aviv. But to ramp up to the large quantities the Israeli Army needs, MoD decided to open a U.S.-based production line financed by Israel’s annual U.S. military aid.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Mar 18 Déc 2012 - 1:34

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Ven 21 Déc 2012 - 12:09

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Parralel to Acquisition of C-130J, the IAF is Upgrading Part of itsEmbarks on a C-130H Modernization Program

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Elbit Systems and Northrop Grumman Collaborate in Developing Terrain Following and Terrain Avoidance (TF/TA) System to Improve Tactical Low-Level Flight Safety for Military Transport Planes. This new capability could be integrated into the IAF upgrade. Photo: Elbit Systems

The Israel Air Force has committed to buying at least three new C-130Js; the first will be delivered in 2013. In parallel, extending the life span of the remaining C-130H is becoming critical due to the rapid ageing of these aircraft, due to the exhaustive flight profile they endure.

The C-130 is cleared for 45,000 flight hours. Prior to that limit, the aircraft must go through a comprehensive life extension program replacing the central wing box (CWB), renovating structural elements and renewing wiring. When budget is available, such work also includes avionic modernization, which could comprise the installation of a modern glass cockpit.

The US Air Force specified a 40,000 threshold Equivalent Baseline flight Hours (EBH) service life, beyond which CWB replacement becomes mandatory Ð an expensive endeavor performed by only a handful of qualified Maintenance, Repair and Overall (MRO) centers around the world. Some operators decide to phase out their older Hercules, sell them in the surplus market or cannibalize them to maintain the remaining, younger fleet.


For most air forces, 40,000 hours are measured in decades. But some would meet this threshold much sooner than others. For air forces that operate their C-130s in combat conditions each flight hour is multiplied by the EBH factor, determined by the typical mission profile this C-130H flies. Therefore, those airplanes flying more demanding profiles, with the US Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC), US Marine Corps or the Israel Air Force, for example, will burn EBH much faster than others, reaching their threshold earlier than the 40,000 goal.

Only a handful of MRO centers have qualified to perform this service worldwide, in the US, Canada, UK, Israel and Singapore, in anticipation to more air forces reaching the ‘point of no return’. This extensive and costly process has already been performed on 50 aircraft at Warner Robins Air Logistics Center. Few air forces outside the US have also undertaken the process, among them five in Australia and New Zealand.

With EBH factor twice the US Air Force average, the Israel Air Force is reaching the CWB replacement much earlier than most other air forces. In its current multi-year plan the Israel MOD has allocated budget for the procurement of three C-130Js, setting aside additional budget for the sustainment and modernization of part of the remaining fleet. The modernization includes the life extension work (airframe, wiring and central wing box replacement) to be performed at IAI and comprehensive avionic modernization provided by Elbit Systems.

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Elbit Systems Ltd. announced today that it has been awarded a contract by the Israel Ministry of Defense to upgrade the Israeli Air Force’s (IAF) C-130H Hercules transport aircraft. The modernization project will extend the operational life of the aircraft and significantly improve its operational capability, particularly in precision flying, low-level night flight and operations in adverse weather. The modernization will contribute to improved flight safety and reduce operating costs, by introducing cutting-edge digital systems to replace obsolete analog systems that have become unreliable and costly to maintain after four decades of intensive service with the IAF.


Part of the IAF C-130H upgrade will include the integration of an advanced glass cockpit which has already been implemented in other transport aircraft. Photo: Elbit Systems

According to Elbit Systems’ Aerospace Division Co-General Manager, Yoram Shmuely, the proposed upgrade utilizes systems, subsystems and applications being deployed on the most advanced platforms and military and civil upgrade programs in order to meet current operational needs and enable integration of future operational and technology capabilities.

Key elements of the upgrade are the integration of all-digital avionic architecture, providing the pilot and co-pilot the ability to fly ‘heads up’ or ‘head down’, in day or night, using EL-OP Head-Up Displays (HUD). The HUDs present flight data as well as images from thermal camera, enabling the pilots to safely fly ‘heads up’ at low altitude, in day, night and under adverse weather conditions. Another improvement is the introduction of Northrop Grumman AN/APN-241 weather/navigation radar replacing the current weather/navigation radar. The AN/APN-241 is the same model used on new C-130J. In addition to its basic functions it also supports terrain-following flight modes pursued by Elbit Systems and Northrop Grumman under a separate program. Other improvements include the introduction of a new autopilot, providing more reliable and improved automated functions, Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS) and smart panels for the pilots, navigator and flight engineer. Elbit Systems and Northrop Grumman are cooperating on the development of terrain avoidance/terrain following system for the C-130, which is likely to be considered by the IAF once proven in flight demonstrations.

Developed as a modular and integrated flight-deck avionics and mission equipment package (MEP) for transport aircraft, Elbit Systems’ C-Suite architecture integrates all avionics on board, including mission computer, head-up displays, enhanced vision system, flight management systems, weather and mapping radar, communications, EO payload, self protection systems, helmet mounted displays etc. Integrating this complex array into clearly defined mission situational pictures, relevant to each phase of the mission or task in hand. Delivered as an affordable solution, C-Suite MEP maintains essential flight information visible at all time, enabling the crew to operate the systems intuitively, using six ‘smart panel’ modules.


Technicians an IAI Bedek are replacing the Central Wing Box (CBW) on the first C-130H for the IAF. Under the IAF C-130H modernization plan Elbit will provide the avionic modernization while IAI provide the airframe overhaul and life extension, preparing the Hercules for many more years of operational service. Photo: IAI

Life Extension Program


Airframe and Wing Earlier this year the IAF has allocated the first Hercules to go through the process at IAI. By the summer of 2012 the wing was removed and a new wing box delivered by Lockheed Martin installed. In parallel the IAF embarked on a long delayed upgrading and modernization of the remaining fleet of its C-130H. The RFP was distributed to several local companies, including IAI teamed with Astronautics as the avionic provider and Elbit Systems offering its own avionic systems, as part of the modernization. The CWB is expected to become part of this modernization process but not necessarily performed by the same vendor. The IAF provided the first aircraft to IAI to develop the process, and final decision will be made based on the outcome of the project.

IAI Bedek is offering the CWB replacement as part of a comprehensive upgrade, which also includes Programed Depot Maintenance (PDM), rewiring and avionic upgrade. The new wing box is cleared for 30,000 hours, extending the life expectancy of the upgraded aircraft for decades.

The avionic upgrade includes a modern glass cockpit with six multifunction panel displays, supporting flight operations and tactical displays, advanced navigation (EGI) and ECAS. According to IAI Bedek, a typical upgrading program including all phases would cost about a third, even quarter of the cost of a new C-130J, and provide for a transport plane that can remain in useful service for 30,000 hours. The upgraded C-130 are not offered as substitutes for the new C-130Js, but as a complimentary solution, sustaining a mixed fleet over a longer transition phase that would meet the air forces budget and operational requirements.


The first IAF C-130H undergoing central wing replacement work at IAI Bedek facility in Israel. Photo: IAI

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Ven 21 Déc 2012 - 15:38


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Lun 24 Déc 2012 - 17:48

A reserves brigade in the Jordan Valley Division in a Tank Evacuation Drill.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Lun 24 Déc 2012 - 22:52

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Mar 25 Déc 2012 - 16:05

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Watch the Clip of the Sinking Vessel


The Israeli Navy’s 102nd diver course graduation ceremony will take place today. Against this backdrop, the IDF Spokesperson published a clip from a recent exercise, showing the sinking of a vessel by a torpedo fired from a submarine
The graduation ceremony of the Israeli Navy’s 102nd diver course will take place today in Haifa, with the attendance of Maj. Gen. Ram Rotenberg IDF Navy Commander.

The course, which lasts one year and four months, consists of three training states, and in the coming week, the graduates of the course will be integrated in combat functions in the Navy’s submarines, according to the various professions. These include the operation of sailing systems, detection and navigation systems, control systems, handling and operation of the advanced weapon systems found on the submarines and analysis and operation of sonar systems.

The Navy Commander congratulated the course graduates, saying that "the strength of the submarine as the covert and most complicated tool of war in the IDF is the strength of its people – the combat team. This is a qualitative, normative, professional, combative and operational team, and I wish good luck to all the graduates.”



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Jeu 27 Déc 2012 - 11:11

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IAF F-16 glides off runway; no injuries

An Israeli Air Force F-16 fighter plane which conducted a routine training flight on Tuesday, was harmed after gliding off the runway at the Ramat David base in the Jezreel Valley. There were no injuries and an initial inquiry suggests that the reason for the incident stems from a technical difficulty and not the pilot's human error.


The rare incident occurred at the flight's end, when the plane landed procedurally and drove on the runway for after-flight treatment. (Yoav Zitun)
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Lun 31 Déc 2012 - 11:17

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Elbit Systems gets Israeli defence contracts worth $315 mln

Dec 31 (Reuters) - Elbit Systems has won various contracts from Israel's Ministry of Defence in a number of fields worth a total of $315 million, the Israeli defence electronics firm said on Monday.

It will supply battle management systems and avionics for helicopters, virtual training for the Israeli Air Force's (IAF) fighter aircraft and operation and maintenance services for the IAF's Flight Academy, worth $75 million, covering deliveries over six years.

It will also provide Hermes 900 unmanned aircraft systems within three years as well as maintenance services over a period of eight years, for a total value of $90 million.

Elbit will supply over four years electronic warfare systems for F-15 and F-16 fighter aircraft and for the navy's missile vessels, for a total amount of $90 million. It will also provide electro-optic systems worth $25 million and land systems worth $35 million. (Reporting by Tova Cohen)

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Mer 2 Jan 2013 - 12:00

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Jeu 3 Jan 2013 - 11:05

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IAF to host 100 foreign fighter jets
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The joint training will include practicing bombing runs and air-to-air combat.

Photo: IDF Spokesman
More than 100 foreign fighter jets from dozens of countries will arrive this year for a joint training program.

The IAF is in the midst of getting ready for the occasion, a military source said, adding that preparations for the program are currently taking place across all Israeli air bases.

The joint training will include practicing bombing runs and air-to-air combat.

The foreign air forces are attracted to Israel as a training location due to its knowledge of weapons systems held by Arab states, Channel 2 reported on Tuesday.

“This fact has led many foreign forces to train in Israel, alongside coalitions of states and aerial forces that work together,” the report added.

It noted that an international alliance recently led a joint operation in Libya from the air, and may do so again in Syria, if the order is given to strike the Assad regime’s chemical weapons sites.

An air force pilot told Channel 2 that the IAF is structured to carry out its mission alone, but that joint training will help it build a common language with the rest of the world.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Jeu 3 Jan 2013 - 14:50

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Alenia Aermacchi Awarded a $140 Million Contract for the Logistic Support of the M-346 Fleet of the Israeli Air Force


(Source: Finmeccanica; issued Jan. 2, 2013)



ROME --- Alenia Aermacchi, a Finmeccanica company, was awarded a $140 million contract from Elbit Systems, Ltd. for its share of logistics support (CLS) services for the 30 Alenia Aermacchi M-346I advanced trainer aircraft, ordered in July 2012 by the Israeli Ministry of Defence.

The CLS services, which include supply, maintenance and overhaul of spare parts for 30 Israeli M-346, will be performed jointly with Elbit Systems.

The 30 aircraft ordered by Israeli Ministry of Defence will replace the A-4 Skyhawks today in service with the Israeli Air Force. Delivery of the first M-346 is expected in the middle of 2014.

The M-346 is the ideal platform for a latest-generation integrated training system. The versatility of the M-346 allows for its configuration as an affordable advanced combat aircraft.

At the end of 2009, the Italian Air Force signed the contract for the first batch of six M-346s, including ground based training systems (GBTS). The first two M-346s were delivered at the beginning of 2012.

At the end of September 2010, the Singapore Government signed the first international contract for 12 M-346s and ground-based training systems. Alenia Aermacchi also finalised contracts in June 2011 with ST Aerospace to provide logistics support to the RSAF’s fleet of M-346.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Jeu 3 Jan 2013 - 17:11

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Landing gear collapse suspected in Israeli F-16 accident

Early indications suggest that one of the landing gears of an Israeli air force Lockheed Martin F-16D combat aircraft collapsed immediately after it touched the runway on 2 January, prompting its two-man crew to eject.

"The aircraft moved at about 300km/h [162kt] and they made the decision in 4sec," a source says, adding that the aircraft had begun to bank fiercely immediately after touching down at Ramat David air base.




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An air force F-16D suffered extensive damage during a similar mishap in 2005


In 2005 there was a similar accident with the same version of the F-16 at the same base (above), during which the aircraft came to rest upside down after its crew had ejected safely. The badly damaged fighter was returned to operational service last year, following a major rebuilding by air force engineers.

A full investigation into the latest mishap is continuing, with air force commander Maj Gen Amir Eshel having ordered a temporary suspension to training activities involving the F-16D in the wake of the incident.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Jeu 3 Jan 2013 - 21:07

Je poste des videos de Tsahal apres quelques semaines d'absences.


La brigade Kfir en manoeuvre dans le golan


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Jeu 3 Jan 2013 - 21:13

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Ven 4 Jan 2013 - 16:45

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Israel’s New Jet Trainer Could Cost More Than $60 Million per plane, over 20 Years




Alenia Aermacchi M 346 Master (Photo: Alenia Aermacchi)

While Lockheed Martin is bashed over the escalating cost of its F-35, the life cycle costs of other fighter planes have often been overlooked, as customers and primes alike focus on the initial procurement cost rather than ‘cost of ownership’ of such planes. The procurement of 30 M346 jet trainers by the Israel’s Ministry of Defense (IMOD) was regarded as an example of well managed and relatively transparent acquisition program, since most of its elements are run by publicly traded companies in Italy, the US and Israel.


In July 2012 the IMOD has reached an agreement on a multi-year maintenance and support framework supporting the Israel air force (IAF) next generation jet trainers. The total project is budgeted at $603 million over 20 years. To provide this support Israel’s two largest defense contractors – Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and Elbit Systems – established a joint venture called ‘TOR Advanced Training’. Adding the procurement costs of airframes and engines, the aircraft full life cycle cost is expected to almost triple the amount previously quoted during the program was first introduced in July 2012.

The contract will be signed in the coming weeks, following the finalization of financing procedures. In order to meet the project’s tight schedule, IMOD has released an interim purchase order and financing covering approximately $27 million to Elbit Systems, to launch the logistical center and maintenance infrastructure for the new aircraft over the next three years. The full cost of this setup is expected to cost $110 million. In early January, 2013 Elbit Systems awarded the M346 manufacturer Alenia Aermacchi $140 million for its part of the aircraft service and support contract. According to the Italian company, the CLS services, which include supply, maintenance and overhaul of spare parts for 30 Israeli M-346.



IAI and Elbit Systems will split the remaining amount, to be paid by the MOD based on the flight hours operated by the air force. Elbit Systems said it expects its share to amount to $310 million over the period of 20 years. According to IMOD data the cost per flight hour will be similar to the cost currently paid to IAI for the maintenance of the A-4N/TA-4N Skyhawk used for advanced training.

How much the Israeli M346 really cost? Defense-Update walks you through the financial maze of the tripartite trainer deal. More information on the program projected life cycle cost is included in the Full Version of this article, available via our Premium Subscription.

IAI will prepare to provide line and depot maintenance to support the fleet in Israel while Elbit Systems will provide logistical support for the fleet and simulators.

With the cost of engines and support program figured in, the IMOD expects to spend about $2.2 billion for its new trainers over the next 20 years – more than tripling each aircraft ‘out of factory’ cost, from nearly $20 to $65 million, reflecting the total ‘cost of ownership’ of these aircraft. This cost is rated at about the third of the cost of a modern F-35 stealth fighter.



The IMOD direct payments for the 30 aircraft will be spread over a period of 10 years – more then two four year planning programs, therefore limiting the impact on the domestic defense budget to around $60 million on an annual basis. The engines are likely to be covered by the US military aid to Israel, leaving the Israelis to bear roughly $25 million annually ’out of their pocket’ for operations and support. This cost corresponds to the average amount required to maintain the current TA-4N Skyhawk trainers that will be phased out. Over the 20 years ‘life cycle’, Israel expects to pay about $60 million to own each of these Italian Masters.


M-346 Master – advanced jet trainer. Photo: Alenia Aermacchi
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Mar 8 Jan 2013 - 17:46

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Mer 9 Jan 2013 - 16:50

Intervention du commando 669 pour evacuer des civiles pieges par les inondations.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Mer 9 Jan 2013 - 17:03

Recapitulatif des interventions de Tsahal de le cadre des intemperies qui frappe Israel.
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Israël sous la tempête : l’élite de Tsahal au secours des Israéliens et des Palestiniens sinistrés

Publié le : janvier 9, 2013

Depuis quelques jours, les pluies les plus intenses de ces deux dernières décenies s’abattent sur Israël. Des autoroutes sont condamnées et des familles sont prises au piège par les eaux. Les autorités ont fait appel aux forces spéciales de l’armée de l’air, le commando de sauvetage 669. Les populations palestiniennes de Judée-Samarie ont également été secourues. Au total, 11 personnes ont été transportées vers les hôpitaux israéliens.


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Le commando 669 au secours des Israéliens




Soldats du commando 669, hier soir

Généralement, ils sont déployés dans les zones de combat pour évacuer les blessés et sauver des combattants pris au piège chez l’ennemi. Mais l’unité 669 se doit également de répondre présente quand le pays a besoin d’elle, qu’il s’agisse de soldats ou de civils. Hier soir, des hélicoptères et des soldats du commando sont intervenus dans plusieurs opérations de sauvetage de civils.

Dans le village de Baqa-jatt près de Haïfa, des civils coincés sur le toit d’un immeuble ont été secourues par les soldats de l’unité 669. Ce toit était le dernier refuge pour ces civils pris au piège dans une zone totalement inondée. Après l’opération, ils ont été transportés vers le centre médical de Hillel Yaffe à Hadera pour de légères blessures.


Inondations à Hadera, nord d’Israël. Photo : Geaorges Ginsberg

Une famille de Tayibe, village arabe dans le centre du pays, piégée par les eaux et isolée a été sauvée par les soldats du commando. “Les soldats ont sauvé, un à un, les membres de la famille dans une opération périlleuse”, témoigne un ambulancier déployé dans la zone. Ils ont ensuite été transportés vers un hôpital de Kfar Saba.


Inondations à Jenine, hier. Photo : Geaorges Ginsberg

La marine également déployée sur les terres

Des soldats de la Marine ont également été appelés pour venir en aide à des habitants de Bet Hefer, près de Natanya, alors que l’eau avait inondé plus de 200 maisons dans la région et à Hadera.

Tsahal et les forces de sécurité palestiniennes interviennent également auprès des Palestiniens


Hier soir, la Défense civile a donné l’ordre d’ouvrir des centres d’urgence en raison de la tempête et des dommages causés par les inondations. L’armée israélienne, l’administration civile – unité de Tsahal chargée des relations et des échanges avec les acteurs palestiniens – et les forces de sécurité palestiniennes ont collaboré dans plusieurs opérations de sauvetage en Judée-Samarie. Tsahal a également sauvé des eaux un bus scolaire transportant 30 enfants arabes israélien, une ambulance et trois véhicules près de Jénine.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Mer 9 Jan 2013 - 17:22

L'armée de l'air fete sa 165 promotion de pilotes de combat.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Jeu 17 Jan 2013 - 14:54

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IDF orders IAI's TMAPS inertial navigation systems
17 January 2013
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has been awarded a multi-year contract for delivery of its TAMAM modular azimuth position system (TMAPS) navigation system to the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF).

Awarded by the Israeli Ministry of Defense (IMOD), the $40m contract covers supply of TMAPS navigation system for installation on the IDF's M109 Paladin self propelled howitzers.

Commenting about the system, IAI TAMAM Division acting general manager David Dina said the TMAPS forms a part of TAMAM's advanced line of successful land navigation systems.

Jointly manufactured by TAMAM and Litton Guidance and Control Systems, the TMAPS is a self-contained hybrid land navigation system designed to provide autonomous position initialisation and moving base alignment for land and amphibious vehicles in the battlefield.

Based on TAMAM's ring laser gyro (RLG) and accelerometer technology, the cost-efficient system is suitable for installation on a wide range of platforms, such as self-propelled guns, towed guns, artillery radars, rocket launchers, mortars, observation vehicles and other vehicles types depending on combat requirements.

The system is capable of operating in GPS-disturbed or jammed battlefield scenarios and providing ground forces with a persistent capability to determine precise position and direction for wheeled and armoured vehicles in all weather conditions without the requirement for battlefield survey.

IDF currently uses M-109A5 self propelled howitzer, which is an upgraded version of the M109 Paladin 155mm howitzer, featuring a 155mm M284 cannon and enhanced operational range of 23,500m with unassisted projectiles and 30,000m with rocket assisted projectiles.Information regarding the number of units ordered and the delivery schedule remain undisclosed.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Lun 21 Jan 2013 - 10:35

En ce qui concerrne la marine d'apres les dernieres infos que j'ai obtenue,le contrat avec la Corée du Sud pour quatre navire d'environ 1300 ou 1400 tonneaux,a etait discretement validé par le gouvenement, ces navires devrait arrivé en Israel en 2015,mais il s'agit en réalité de quatre coque "nue" qui seront entierement equipé en armement et systemes de guerres electroniques et radars israelien.
A titre personnel j'ai moi meme croisé la delegation sud-coreene en Israel a la kirya,sinon d'apres les medias ce contrat est estimé a 400 millions de dollards en retour les sud coréens voudrait acheter a Israel des batteries d'iron dome,des radars et des drones.

J'ai aussi une autre infos sur la marine,les deux Sa'ar 4 asw equipées de sonar remorqué et de torpilles serons bientot retirés du service et misent en vente.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Mer 23 Jan 2013 - 13:22

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IDF Ground Forces establish advanced simulation laboratory
23 January 2013
The Ground Forces Command of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) has established a new, advanced laboratory to better support training requirements of its soldiers.

Equipped with advanced simulators, the laboratory is primarily designed to enable the companies to practice complex battle scenarios to enhance their mission readiness without requiring a live-fire exercise.

Manufactured by the Military Research Department, the simulators are capable of creating a broad spectrum of real-time operational scenarios by precisely replicating enemy figures, weapons and territory during training sorties.

The laboratory has already hosted a joint training programme for the soldiers from the Givati Brigade's Anti-Tank Company and Military Research and Light Arms Departments officials in early January 2013.

Training featured six scenarios every day, each lasting for an average of 40 minutes, until all the targets were destroyed and planned objectives were achieved.

Light Arms Department officer captain Itai said the idea behind conducting maximum possible scenarios was to test whether similar results and statistical significance could be achieved every time.

"In the next scenario, we'll add more enemy fighters to the mission, we'll upgrade [the enemy's] weapons and maybe we'll bring them closer to our soldiers,'' Itai added.

"It is necessary to change the scenarios slightly each time in order to challenge the soldiers."

Mission strategies for each scenario were planned in advance by the battalion commander, and each soldier assigned one of the posts they had been specifically trained for.

Difficulty level was increased for each scenario, and the simulation was broadcast on a television screen from every angle in an effort to help participants perform better in the battlefield.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Israélienne / Israel Defense Forces (IDF)   Sam 26 Jan 2013 - 16:57

Les pilotes de F-15I et de F-16I ont pratiqués une semaine de vol de nuit,durant ces vols ils ont mémes abbattues des drones,ainsi que divers missions d'attaques sous la menaces des missiles sol-air ennemies.
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